Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – October 19, 2012


Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • Rick Cohen: What are the Nonprofit Sector's challenges in year ahead: sequestration? tax reform? competition from hybrids? hubris?
  • Philanthropy: Where Obama and Romney Stand on Key Issues for Nonprofits
  • Shuey Fogel: The 6 essential traits of NP executive leadership >> The 5-Minute Nonprofit MBA on SSIR
  • Emily: Data Will Always Give You the Wrong Answer (When You Ask the Wrong Question) | NTEN
  • Ellis Carter: Abolishing Nonprofit Voting Members – Easier Said than Done:
  • Foundation Center San Francisco: Where can you go to identify pro bono resources for your nonprofit? The Pro Bono Resource fair, [Monday] 10/22:
  • Independent Sector: Social Enterprise―Innovating through Impactful Partnerships by Robert Wexler
  • Philanthropy Australia: Top 10 crowdfunding mistakes from Start Some Good – a lot rings true with applying for grants as well
  • Lucy Berhnolz: Don't assume any of the following
  • Lucy Marcus: Dark Social: We Have the Whole History of the Web Wrong. Most sharing done via dark social means like email. Atlantic
  • Gene: 10 Steps to Make Your Employees Smile: building a company culture of engagement

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